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Making sentences to make sense

La oración ( The sentence )

We define “oración” as a communication unit that has full meaning, and syntactic independence and ends on pause or full stop.

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Sentences are formed by two parts Sujeto (subject) and predicado (predicate)

El Sujeto

We call  “sujeto” to the person, animal or thing that performs the verb action or who is saying something.

El hijo de mi vecina compró una bicicleta.

S

We call “predicado” to what is said about the subject.

El hijo de mi vecina compró una bicicleta.

P

In the subject there is always a word that is more important and is called the nucleus (N). It is always a noun or other words that functions as if it were one.

El hijo de mi vecina compró una bicicleta.
N
S P
Aquélla tiene el pelo rubio.
N
S P

Check this slide show out to see more example of “oración simple”


El Predicado

The most important word in almost every predicate is the verb, which we call the nucleus (N).

l hijo de mi vecina compró una bicicleta.
N
S P
Aquélla tiene el pelo rubio.
N
S P

Locating the predicate is the easiest thing in the world. Predicate is all that is not Subject (Sujeto)

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